Salsa Technology, an omni-channel iGaming platform, has announced its collaboration with innovative casino games creator Spribe. Formerly known as Patagonia Entertainment, the company changed its name recently, becoming Salsa Technology. Its leading Game Aggregating Platform (GAP) serves both new and established online and land-based operators.
Spribe was founded in August 2018, which was closely followed by the very first strategic deal with Adjarabet, the biggest Georgian online casino. Last year brought a premier of the company’s very first game, Aviator, a new kind of social multiplayer game consisting of an increasing curve that can crash anytime. The colorful portfolio comprises turbo games, aimed at Generation Y, as well as poker and skill games, done in HTML5 and optimized for portable gadgets.
Following the deal, several of the studio’s “smart” titles will be integrated onto Salsa Technology’s standout Game Aggregation Platform(GAP). Besides, clients will gain access to the developer’s top-performing releases such as Aviator, Hilo, Dice, and Goal.
Victor Arias, Salsa Technology’s Global Business Development Manager, said Spribe really understood what makes an immersive and enjoyable casino game. Besides, he said Spribe’s design team continued to do an incredible job, and they were sure those titles would go down a storm with their partners.
Studio’s CEO, David Natroshvili, was impressed with the partnership. He said Salsa Technology was the established player of the industry, and they were delighted to have such a partner in their portfolio. Spribe was new to the iGaming market, but so far, they had enjoyed remarkable growth. He said he was sure Salsa Technology’s customers would enjoy their next-generation games, and that partnership would be the most beneficial for all sides.
Besides the extensive LatAm market, Salsa snowballs across the globe, thanks to numerous successful collaborations. Among the diversity of brands they cooperate with, there are names such as Endorphina, Red Rake Gaming, Spinomenal, Pocket Soft Games, and Hacksaw Gaming.